10 Epic Food Trucks You Have to Try in Seattle

by Marissa Pedersen Nov 20, 2015

1. The Grilled Cheese Experience

Hot, gooey grilled cheese is just the cure for cold, Seattle winters. Try the Super Deluxe for caramelized onions, bacon, tomatoes, and avocado stuffed in a buttery grilled cheese sandwich.

#Grilledcheeseexperience 🔥🔥🔥🔥

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2. Papa Bois

This Caribbean food truck can be found all around Seattle satisfying your taste buds. You’ll be stuffed after having their soft shell crab and plantains, with a side of pistachio rice and verde sauce.

3. The Biscuit Box

These fluffy biscuits will make you feel like you’re at your grandmother’s house. You can choose between savory ones like mushrooms and gravy or sweet, like their sweet cream butter with strawberry jam.

4. Hallava Falafel

The delicious spices you smell as soon as you walk up to the truck will make it hard to decide what to get. Try the popular falafel sandwich with a side of double dipped fries.

5. Caravan Crêpes

These crepes are the perfect meal for brunch or dinner. Try a savory one like the Hobuck crepe, filled with ham, emmentaler, and gruyere cheese.

Perfect sunny day for our last trip to the crepe food truck before we move off campus. Really going to miss her yummy deliciousness. #seattle #foodtruck #caravancrepes #crepes #nofilter

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6. Charlie’s Buns ‘N Stuff

You’ve had many hamburgers in your life, but none with as fresh buns as Charlie’s. The bacon burger with avocado and a side of tater tots will make you look forward to lunch again.

Food truck day!! This Saturday’s pick from #charliesbunsnstuff a smoked bacon swiss avocado burger. Soooooo delish!

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7. Marination Station

Korean fusion meets Hawaiian food at this delicious food truck. The kimchi fried rice bowl with miso ginger chicken and an egg on top is a must.

8. No Bones About It

This vegan food truck is so tasty even carnivores love it. You won’t even miss the chicken in the spicy buffalo cauliflower “wings.”

Had the best time sharing good food & good conversation with my awesome new friends @neversettletravel today 💚 Also, if you haven’t tried the buffalo cauli wings from @nobonestruck, you’re missing out! So good!👌🏼

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9. Wood Shop BBQ

A BBQ truck on wheels is just what you need for comfort food. Pair some smoky ribs with a pale ale for a satisfying dinner.

10. Nosh

This food truck has a variety of different food, but their British fish and chips are their signature. You’ll get a giant piece of beer-battered fish, fries, and mushy peas that you’ll be challenged to finish.

Don’t make a #sacklunch today or anything. Stay focused on the goal of #fishandchips served #pipinghot from 11am-2pm at @starbucks center in SODO @sbuxbainbridge @starbuckspartners @starbucksjobs @starbuckscanada @starbucksuk @starbucks

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